National: Arm, Technology Work Experience Event Online event

This event is for: students aged 16-21 interested in a career in Tech. Arm have various opportunities in Engineering (software, hardware) as well as Electronics. But if you also have a general curiosity in Arm they also have people who work in Marketing, Business and other non-technical areas. Applicants welcome no matter what subject you're studying!

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Arm is one of the UK’s leading tech companies. Haven't heard of Arm before? If you have a smartphone, digital camera, digital TV, gaming console or a smart meter at home, you’ve already used an Arm powered product. Arm technology can be found everywhere.

Arm is intrinsic to the development of technology in billions of products, which touch the lives of more than 70% of the world’s population. Their technology is literally transforming the way people live their lives. From bankers to farmers, students to surgeons, and start-ups to leading companies, Arm is bringing people and devices together to shape the connected world. The future is built on Arm.

Find out more about Arm on their Company Page.


Here is what the event could look like...

  • About Arm: short talk about Arm and our industry
  • Tech for Good: an introduction to the Global Goals for Sustainable Development and how (Arm-based) technology is contributing to them.
  • Micro:bit activity: short session introducing students to coding using Micro:bit’s virtual classroom.
  • Speed Networking: students will be allocated into Zoom 'breakout rooms' in small groups. Each group will spend 10 minutes quizzing employees about their career path and role at Arm.
  • Inspiring Speaker Panel: informal, facilitated conversation between colleagues at different points in their early career.

Next steps

  • Register for this online event using your Uptree account. If you do not have an Uptree account, register here.
  • There are only 40 spaces available for this event - priority will be given to students who meet the criteria above.
  • Prioritisation will begin two weeks before the event: successful applicants will receive an invitation 1-2 weeks before the event. If you register after this time, you might not receive a response.

Any questions, please do contact us:

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If you would not like us to take photographs of you, please let us know by emailing the name of the event and your name to

Please note that due to online safeguarding policies and to protect all students’ privacy, pictures and screenshots are not allowed to be taken during the session. If you would like to post about your experience on LinkedIn or other social channels, we will be sharing photos from the event in a follow-up email and you are more than welcome to use and share these.

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